Kamis, 28 Mei 2009

Subuh-subuh bikin kecewa

Di final champion lague yg di tayangin RCTI,Kamis 01.30 WIB dini hari..Manchester United sebagai juara bertahan gagal merpertahankan gelarnya setelah di taklukkan FC.Barcelona dgn skor 2-0..Awalnya aku yakin bgt klo MU bisa menang,tapi setelah counter attack yg baik dilakukan squad Barcelona dan gol pertama dari Samuel Eto'o,,MU mulai ditekan...Banyak peluang yg dihasilkan,tapi belum jg bisa menjebol gawang dari Barcelona yg dikawal dgn ketat oleh kipper Victor Valdes..aku masih semangat dan yakin kalo MU bisa membalikan keadaan...
Gol kedua dari Lionel Messi di menit ke 70' membuat aku patah semangat...
Uggh,aku udh mulai males nonton lg...Aku kecewa bgt,MU yg dari awal League Champion udh aku dukung,ternyata kalah di babak Final...
Udh,bela2in begadang,tapi hasinya sangat mengecewakan..Disekolah pun aku ngantuk bgt..
Hemmmmbbb...ya uda lah..Mudah2an MU bisa membalas kekelahannya tahun depan..
Go Manchester United..

Selasa, 19 Mei 2009

Simple Present Tense

[VERB] + s/es in third perso

You speak English.

Do you speak English?

You do not speak English.

Most Verbs

Most verbs conjugate like the verb "run" below. Notice how you add an "s" to third-person forms. Third-person negative forms and third-person questions are made using "does."Positive Negative Question
I run.
You run.
We run.
They run.
He runs.
She runs.
It runs. I do not run.
You do not run.
We do not run.
They do not run.
He does not run.
She does not run.
It does not run. Do I run?
Do you run?
Do we run?
Do they run?
Does he run?
Does she run?
Does it run?

Instead of "s," "es" is added to positive, third-person forms of verbs ending with the following sounds: s, z, sh, ch, j or zs (as in Zsa Zsa). These special "es"-forms have been marked below with an asterisk*.Positive Negative Question
I rush.
You rush.
We rush.
They rush.
He rushes. *
She rushes. *
It rushes. * I do not rush.
You do not rush.
We do not rush.
They do not rush.
He does not rush.
She does not rush.
It does not rush. Do I rush?
Do you rush?
Do we rush?
Do they rush?
Does he rush?
Does she rush?
Does it rush?

To Have

The verb "have" is irregular in positive, third-person forms. This irregular form has been marked below with an asterisk*.Positive Negative Question
I have.
You have.
We have.
They have.
He has. *
She has. *
It has. * I do not have.
You do not have.
We do not have.
They do not have.
He does not have.
She does not have.
It does not have. Do I have?
Do you have?
Do we have?
Do they have?
Does he have?
Does she have?
Does it have?

To Be

The verb "be" is irregular in the Simple Present. It also has different question forms and negative forms.Positive Negative Question
I am.
You are.
We are.
They are.
He is.
She is.
It is. I am not.
You are not.
We are not.
They are not.
He is not.
She is not.
It is not. Am I?
Are you?
Are we?
Are they?
Is he?
Is she?
Is it?

Modal Verbs

Modal verbs behave differently from other verbs. Notice that they do not take "s" in the third person - there is no difference between first-person, second-person or third-person forms. Like the verb "be" described above, modal verbs also have different question forms and negative forms in Simple Present.Positive Negative Question
I should go.
You should go.
We should go.
They should go.
He should go.
She should go.
It should go. I should not go.
You should not go.
We should not go.
They should not go.
He should not go.
She should not go.
It should not go. Should I go?
Should you go?
Should we go?
Should they go?
Should he go?
Should she go?
Should it go?

USE 1 Repeated Actions

Use the Simple Present to express the idea that an action is repeated or usual. The action can be a habit, a hobby, a daily event, a scheduled event or something that often happens. It can also be something a person often forgets or usually does not do.

I play tennis.
She does not play tennis.
Does he play tennis?
The train leaves every morning at 8 AM.
The train does not leave at 9 AM.
When does the train usually leave?
She always forgets her purse.
He never forgets his wallet.
Every twelve months, the Earth circles the Sun.
Does the Sun circle the Earth?

USE 2 Facts or Generalizations

The Simple Present can also indicate the speaker believes that a fact was true before, is true now, and will be true in the future. It is not important if the speaker is correct about the fact. It is also used to make generalizations about people or things.

Cats like milk.
Birds do not like milk.
Do pigs like milk?
California is in America.
California is not in the United Kingdom.
Windows are made of glass.
Windows are not made of wood.
New York is a small city. It is not important that this fact is untrue.

USE 3 Scheduled Events in the Near Future

Speakers occasionally use Simple Present to talk about scheduled events in the near future. This is most commonly done when talking about public transportation, but it can be used with other scheduled events as well.

The train leaves tonight at 6 PM.
The bus does not arrive at 11 AM, it arrives at 11 PM.
When do we board the plane?
The party starts at 8 o'clock.
When does class begin tomorrow?

USE 4 Now (Non-Continuous Verbs)

Speakers sometimes use the Simple Present to express the idea that an action is happening or is not happening now. This can only be done with Non-Continuous Verbs and certain Mixed Verbs.

I am here now.
She is not here now.
He needs help right now.
He does not need help now.
He has his passport in his hand.
Do you have your passport with you?

The examples below show the placement for grammar adverbs such as: always, only, never, ever, still, just, etc.

You only speak English.
Do you only speak English?

Once a week, Tom cleans the car. Active

Once a week, the car is cleaned by Tom. Passive

Narrative text

# Narrative text is a kind of text which used to amuse or entertain the readers with actual or imaginery experiences in difference ways.

#Text Organization: - Orientation (who were involved in the story, when and where)
- Complication (a problem arises followed by other problems)
- Resolution (solution to the problem)

The Characteristics of Narrative Text:
~ mostly using past tense
~ start with adverb, such as: long time ago, once upon a time, in a faraway land, etc
~ using conjunction, like: then, after that, before, etc


Goldilocks and the Three Bears

Once there were three bears that lived in a house in the woods : a papa bear, a mama bear, and a baby bear. One morning they decided to take a walk before breakfast to let their porridge cool.

A little girl named Goldilocks lived with her mother nearby. Golddocks took a walk through the woods and found the bear’s house. She snielled the porridge in the kitchens and went inside. Goldilocks tasted the porridge in each bowl and finally ate up the porridge in the small bowl. Then she sat on a big chair, but she didn’t like it, because it was hard. Afterwards she sat on the small chair, and it was just right. But while she was sitting on it she broke it. After eating the porridge, Goldilocks felt full and sleepy, and then she went upstairs. There she found a small bed. She lay down on it and fell asleep.

While she was sleeping, the three bears came home. When they went into the kitchen, they got very surprised. Someone had tasted their porridge, even eaten up baby bear’s porridge, while they were taking a walk. Moreover the poor baby bear was upset when he found that his little chair broke into pieces. When they went upstairs, they found out that Goldilocks was sleeping. Baby bear cried out, “Someone has been sleeping in my bed and here she is!”

Goldilocks woke up when she saw the three bears; she jumped out of bed and ran out of the house to her home. Never again did she make herself at home in anyone else’s house.

Minggu, 17 Mei 2009


Most spore invitation are in the farm of question they often begin with will,would,would you like to,would you care to,etc

Offerins invitation
->Would you like to come to the restaurant this evening?
->Will you join us?
->Would you care to have dinner with us tonight?
->Could you come to a party at my place tomorrow?
->I wander whether you would care to come on a picnic with us next week?

Accepting invitation
->Yes,I'd love very much.
->Thank you.
->Yes,with pleasure.

->If you don't mind,i'd rather not.
->Thank you,i'm busy,may be next time.
->I have got another appointment.
->I'm sorry.
->I've lost to work to do.

Jumat, 15 Mei 2009

Persiapan Club Putera Satria jelang pertandingan di katingan

Menjelang pertandingan di katingan,Putera Satria Club sangat berantusias untuk mendapatkan kemenangan pd setiap pertandingan yg di gelar...Latihan terus di gelar untuk mematangkan persiapan para pemain dalam mengikuti kejuaraan tersebut..
Kami atas nama Putera Satria Club meminta dukungan agar kami bisa berangkat ke katingan tnpa ada halangan..

With m favorite Poison V

Kalo ini foto aku ma allstar idola aq..Vicky a.k.a Poison V...
gag bisa d'ungkapkn dgn kata2 dech gmn snengnya ktmu dya...Moga2 lain waktu bisa ktmu dya lge..

Kamis, 14 Mei 2009

With my coach D.O.D

Nieh aku ma coach aku yg jg Allstars LA Streetball 07/08..Mudahan jg dia bisa dpt Allstars lg taon ni...
Foto ini d'ambil wktu aku nonton open run LA streetball d'banjarmasin..Uggh,,,Rame buuuaaannngggeeett..rasanya pengen nonton lg...apalg waktu foto2 ma Allstars,wuih..
Gag bisa di bayangkn...